"Good writing is supposed to evoke sensation in the reader—not the fact that it is raining, but the feeling of being rained upon."
Good morning and welcome to Monday. I thought I'd start the week of with a quote from E.L. Doctorow. This quote says it all when it comes to writing. It's the old refrain all new writers here--show me, don't tell me.
You can say, "Emma went to her car. They were chasing her" That tells us what she is doing.
Or you can say, "Emma raced across the slick driveway, slipping once before catching herself against her car door. Her heart was pounding, but she dared not take the time to look behind. She could hear their footsteps on the pavement. They were right behind her."
Each sentence tells us the action, but the second way tells us so much more. :-)